I have found a web page analysis tool, that allows me to look at a website and make changes to the page that then appear on my screen. What I want to do is "save" those changes on a local computer. I am not trying to change the website on the server side or anything like that. But, when the page is exited, and then re-visited from the same computer I want to have the changes I originally made stick and appear again. Internet explorer is the browser that is being used. Is this possible? The program I have allows me to save out the HTML from the "Parsed HTML" report, which will gives me the modified HTML. I am not very thechnical, so I hope this makes sense. Thanks.
saving page changes
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Posted 09 May 2006 - 09:09 AM
Just go to File and choose save as. Save the page in the location you want, and then open it in the web page display program you are using. You should be able to directly manipulate stuff from there.
I'm learning PHP and mySQL. Please forgive my ignorance
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